Yes. There is no USCIS requirement that the petitioner be employed in order to file a fiancé(e) petition. However, in order for the U.S. embassy or consulate to issue a K-1 visa, evidence must be presented that the petitioner is able to financially support a fiancé(e) upon entry into the United States. If the petitioner… Read More
No. The person filing a fiancé(e) petition on behalf of the fiancé(e) must be a United States citizen.
There are two instances where a petitioner would not be allowed to file more than one fiancé(e) petition. The first is if the petitioner has filed two or more fiancé(e) petitions at any time in the past. The second instance, if the petitioner had a fiancé(e) petition approved two years prior to the date of… Read More
The petitioner must be a U.S. citizen. Both parties must be legally free to marry. The petitioner and their fiancé(e) must have met in person within the last 2 years. The petitioner and their fiancé(e) have a bona-fide intent to marry. The petitioner has not committed certain crimes.